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This book is of medium size, but with the small print it has squeezed a lot of content into these...

To get maximum benefit from this book, keep your Gospel parallel book open as you read this. One...

I must admit that I have only read this book twice (fifty years apart), but it had the material I...

Although I do not use graphs on a regular basis, I have used Ore's book since 1972. It is a very...

The 1897 Hatch and Redpath is a great reference work. I have used a hardback of this for many...

Tertullian's Latin is not always easy to read. Evans did an excellent job of translating and...

Coolidge is an excellent work showing the state of algebraic plane curves in early 20th century....

Eusebius's Prep. Evang. is a huge work. Mras has edited it for the GCS series here. Written...

This is the American Mathematical Society's Colloquium Publications number 16. Whereas most are...

Muir's Treatise draws together a wealth of approaches (for proving theorems) and results. This 1933...

This book was written as a textbook, and as such has the usual limitations imposed by the intended...

If you choose to read any government report, this is the one. Most government documents are rather...

The 13 volumes of Cayley's papers (plus an index volume) seem like somewhat outdated mathematics. ...

When you call up this book, either to read it or link to Google Books, you get a different book!

George Salmon was an anglican priest who did significant work in mathematics. His theological...

This book covers plane curves: cubics, quartics, etc. The book has wide coverage, although it is...

These days George Boole is associated with Boolean logic, which is used in the design of digital...

Brooke collected the extant fragments of Heracleon's Commentary on John: 2 fragments were preserved...

Pappus wrote a Commentary on Euclid's Elements, but except for some small fragments all that...

The first edition was 1867, the second 1875, of this 2-volume work. This consists of all the...

Cayley is known for his 13 volumes of collected papers (with a 14th index volume), and his...

Bigg's first edition was 1886, his second in 1913, and there was a 1968 reprint incorporating his...

Swete's Introduction to the Old Testament in Greek was published in 1902. The second edition was...

This volume consists of 6 papers that Lawlor wrote, all revolving around Eusebius, Ecclesiastical...

There are over 300 letters of Basil of Caesarea preserved, and these 4 volumes give the Greek and...

Normally when someone mentions Lightfoot's edition of the Apostolic Fathers they mean the 5-volume...

These five volumes were published roughly over the span of a decade. The first two are huge; the...

Moffatt's commentary on 1 Corinthians is part of a series on the New Testament (Moffatt is general...

I read the 1895 (first) edition of this book at the Library of Congress several decades ago. It is...

Poole, Introduction to the theory of Linear Differential Equations, is a combination. The first 5...

Bateman, Partial Differential Equations of Mathematical Physics, is a 1932 work that has been...

J F Ritt wrote this work and it was published in 1932 by the American Mathematical Society. It is...

J. J. Sylvester was an early explorer of what is now called classical invariant theory. However,...

Proclus, Commentary on Euclid's Elements, is an interesting work. Proclus is a 5th century (AD)...

Hultsch's edition of Pappus, The Collection, is 3 volumes. Volume 1 covers books 2 through 5. ...

Heath's 1913 Aristarchus of Samos is an interesting look at one small aspect of ancient astronomy:...

Ince, Ordinary Differential Equations, was published in 1926. It manages to pack a lot of good...

Those who attend theological institutions these days are generally presented with historical...

This is the 1894 printing of the 1893 edition of the Greek text of Origen, Philocalia. An English...

Campbell's Lie Algebras and Continuous Groups is a book I bought back in 1973. It is good that...

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